Writer’s Twitter: @ChrisMottHockey Preview The Devils are coming off their victory against the Pittsburgh Penguins, hoping to keep the momentum moving forward. After closing out the game at home and not giving up any goals late in the contest, the Devils have started to take steps forward, but this must continue in order to climb
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Author’s Twitter Since clinching their first berth in 1988, the New Jersey Devils have made the playoffs in 18 of the last 30 seasons. During that time, New Jersey has faced an array of different teams and some of the game’s all-time greats. Due to the time’s postseason formats and sheer circumstance, New Jersey’s perennial playoff
Wow…would be the best way to describe last night’s game in one word. The New Jersey Devils defeated the Philadelphia Flyers 5-4 in a shootout, and it was a classic. The battle of the Jersey Turnpike failed to disappoint yet again as this game had just about everything. Takeaways From Tonight Taylor Hall is very
What can be said about the New Jersey Devils? They are in hot water. Their one NHL-quality goaltender is hurt, and they seemingly can’t catch a single break. Tonight, their uphill battle continues as they enter the Wells Fargo center to take on the red hot Philadelphia Flyers, a team who has recently jumped the
Be sure to follow Devils Army Blog on Facebook and Twitter for live game and news updates. Author’s Twitter Today’s Starting goaltenders: NJD- Keith Kinkaid PHI- Michal Neuvirth (Projected) Game Summary The New Jersey Devils are back in action today to take on the Philadelphia Flyers at Wells Fargo Center. Both sides are coming off
Coming into the 2017 NHL Entry Draft there was one question, Nolan or Nico? The battle for first overall took place between the big bodied prototypical Canadian center versus the speedy agile Swiss import. When Ray Shero took the stand and announced the Devils were taking Hischier the debates began. Did they make the right
Follow me on Twitter. It was an uplifting and hopeful preseason for the New Jersey Devils. They went 5-1-1, scored 25 goals, and surrendered 12 during that span. While most will dismiss these uncharacteristic stats as products of a futile preseason, this is a big deal for a goal-starved Devils fan base. It could very much
Author’s TWITTER When it was revealed the New Jersey Devils and Philadelphia Flyers were respectively selecting first and second overall at the 2017 NHL Draft, the longtime divisional rivalry between the teams was quickly recognized. They’ve faced each other five times in the playoffs between 1995 and 2012, with the Devils winning three of those matchups.
Follow me on Twitter: @a_chauvancy23 One of the biggest issues facing the Devils in a few days will be strengthening their blue line. While improving defensively is a big part of what needs to be done, helping add offense and getting the puck ahead to their forwards in transition will also be a big part.
Author’s Twitter Tonight’s starting goaltenders courtesy of Left Wing Lock The New Jersey Devils are back in action tonight as they take on the Pittsburgh Penguins. New Jersey is coming off a 1-0 overtime victory against the Philadelphia Flyers. John Moore picked up his first game-winning goal of the season, and Keith Kinkaid made 35